Dr. Jared Bieniek

Men's Health & Fertility Expert

Dr. Jared Bieniek has presented over 20 research abstracts at regional and national levels focusing on advancing care in ...More male fertility and sexual health. His ongoing projects involve medical treatment of male infertility, the impact of obesity on reproductive health, varicocelectomy outcomes, testicular imaging, and microsurgical training. He has published on various urologic topics and serves as a reviewer for male fertility and medical device manuscripts...Less

Recent Articles

Healthy Male

Shockwave or ‘P-Shot’ for Erectile Dysfunction? Don’t Do It

Download this free informational resource as your guide to sexual function. If you were among the 50 percent of adult males between the ages of 40 and 70 with erectile dysfunction, would you pay thousands of dollars for a treatment not yet approved by the Food and Drug Administration amid...


Study: Cycling Won’t Ruin a Man’s Sex Life

By Kevin Hunt Some men fear that cycling, though good for their general health, could be bad for their sex life. A new study, however, contradicts previous reports that cycling, with its prolonged pressure on the buttocks and area between the scrotum and anus, could affect both erectile and urinary function....

Patient with wife and child.

You Can’t Reverse the Past . . . Unless It’s Your Vasectomy

By Steve Coates Robert Burbank was hoping to add to his new family. The divorced father of three boys, ages 13, 11, and 9, had remarried and wanted to have a baby with his new wife but thought the vasectomy he underwent eight years prior would prevent him from growing...

Tracking The Cause(s) Of Erectile Dysfunction

By Carol Vassar As long as we’re determined to keep ourselves healthy, no topic is off-limits — including erectile dysfunction (ED). Just ask urologist Dr. Jared Bieniek and iHeartMedia/Connecticut Community Affairs Director Renee Dinino, who tackled this sensitive subject on a recent podcast. “You are not alone. It’s very, very common,” is...

What To Know Before You Get A Vasectomy

A vasectomy isn’t exactly foolproof, but it’s difficult to beat for long-term birth control. After a vasectomy, only 15 to 20 of every 10,000 couples experience a pregnancy, according to the National Institutes of Health, sharply lower than oral contraceptives (500 pregnancies per 10,000 couples) and the use of condoms...